Madaglasht Valley is located in the North-east of Chitral Town, the main settelements of this valley are Obara, Ebara, Mathive,Hussainabad and Bayband2. The area of this valley is 152km with the population of Approximate 3,200 people. The language

that is spoken by the locals is Khowar (Chitrali).

People Khowar (Chitrali) and PersianTourist attractions: Mixed Chitrali and Persian culture; various handicrafts; Gocharsar Waterfall; treks to the Goleen and Laspur valleys of Chitral and to the Dir Kohistan valleys; sightings of various animals and birds.

How to get there: Daily public transport (4X4 jeep) is available between Drosh and Madaglasht at specified timings. Travel time is three hours from Drosh to the main village of the valley. It is recommended that 4x4 vehicles be hired in Chitral and Drosh to access the valley.

Accommodation: Local family guesthouses are available. For large tourist groups, it is advisable to carry tents and sleeping bags. There are few opportunities to purchase food in the valley but traditional cuisine may also be available. It is advisable to carry own bottled or boiled water for drinking.

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